The election was really a referendum on white dudes. And we got our butts kicked.
No matter if the election turned out the way we wanted or not, everyone feels the post election blues.
A let down.
There’s no better cure for your post election blues than a good helping of truth about black violence and media mendacity.
Including a debut from a new singing talent — The Reverend Bacon — who performs a stirring rendition of that Classic from Allan the Barbershop Guy, Please Don’t Be My Neighbor.
I happen to know that Mr. Rogers’ last words were “Colin, please use my song to spread the word about the Greatest Lie of our Generation.”
Will do, Mr. Rogers.
Regardless of the time of the year, black violence proceeds apace.
Just don’t tell anyone!
For better of worse, we are witnessing the birth of a new America.
A place where cops are heroes — or villains.
Where hard working Americans are good — or the source or al evil.
Where black people are victims of white racism — or victims of their own delusions.
And we are seeing tons of examples in America right now where people are choosing sides Right Now.
The argy bargy is not stop in Philly.
Ditto in Washington, D.C.
Ditto in Brookly.
Also proceeding apace is the sanctification and glorification of the fella with a long and dangerous record of, guns, money, drugs, bitches and murder.
All under the watchful of a country deciding whether black violence on epic levels should make a difference in the coming election.
Do the recent black riots in Philly really seal the deal for Trump?
The conservative internet certainly hopes so.
But we won’t know until the election. In the meantime, we have to consider this terrifying prospect: The black violence is now just a part of our national DNA. And no one cares.
One more martyr, one more riot. This time in the City of Brotherly Love where 30 cops were sent to the hospital after hundreds of fellas attacked them with rocks, and breeks and bottles.
Since this rioting and violence is taking on religious overtone as we sanctify a new martyr, Allan the Barbershop Guy created some Gregorian Chants for the ocassion,
If the fellas ever translate the latin lyrics, that will definitely make the Black Kids Angry.
Chicago writer Mike Royko once said he could get the Equal Rights Amendment passed in the Illinois state legislature in 24 hours. Guaranteed.
All he would do would hire a few dozen hookers and unleash them on the eager legislators and voiila, instant success.
Former talk show host Chelsea Handler did the same thing on the Jimmy Fallon show the other night. Earlier, she had chastised her “favorite ex-boyfriend” the rapper 50 Cent for endorsing Trump and dissing Joe Biden.
So she said if 50 Cent changed his mind, she would be willing to “give him another spin.”
And it worked!
Reporters love predicting the future and calling it news.
This week, we have seen this dozens of times where in “news” stories, reporters confidently remind us that white people are the number one terrorist group in America and they are going to be really really violent if Orange Man Bad steals the election.
Here’s the latest example.
Along with the latest and greatest song from Allan the Barbershop Guy — Goodbye my Amy Coney Island Baby.
All to accompany my latest article in American Thinker you can fine here: https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2020/10/amy_coney_barrett_has_some_splainin_to_do_on_white_racism.html
Sometimes black violence and denial gets so bad that even the usually unflappable Heather MacDonald gets pissed off.
This time the topic was Colin Kaepernick, and how he says we should get rid of cops and prisons if we want to create a real life Utopia, right here on earth.
That was too much even for Heather.
Don’t miss this clip from Tucker’s show.